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. for that returned to crystal city with more on how fans are reacting. >> do not worry, they have it here at crystal city sports club. like i was saying, we have northern virginia as well. there is that feeling that baseball is back in washington and for the first time in a long time we have playoff baseball here in the capital. >> this is the first time since the early 1930's. it was very exciting with the capitals having something to cheer about. >> we are hoping that this is another win. what are you hoping for out of today's game? >> something exciting. it has been a long time since we've had a reason to be excited about baseball. we have a lot of excited fans. without it, i do not know what happened. >> out here, i have to tell you that they have what they call a nattitude shooter. some of these fans coming in on their lunch break they can head down to the park. >> still on the clock? >> we expect you to behave throughout the rest of the show. it is getting better and better outside. warmer than what it was earlier. >> right here we have the center field entrance. it is a transient area quite o
quite well. this is 66 and glebe road.keep in mind, crystal city, there is a closure on glebe road due to a utility pole down. northbound lanes expected to reopen at noon today. southbound will reopen sometime before 6:00. it's between the joists street and south hay. back to you. >> thank you. -- joyce street and hay. >> the associated press reporting a couple minutes ago that an american gunman in a shooting in israel has been shot dead by authorities in israel. they are saying all this appears to stem from some sort of argument or dispute that this american was having with one of the employees of that hotel. the hotel is the leonardo club hotel on the red sea, a resort city in israel. we can show you a picture of what the area looks like. it's one of the hotels in that area. we are hearing this man is of jewish descent but an american citizen in his 20s. he was in israel on a program that brings american jewish children or an people to israel to live and work there for quite some time. it's reported that after he shot and killed one of the employees at the hotel, he barricaded himse
side to montgomery county as well as prince george's county. moving through crystal city, the glebe road closure, and accident between joy street and hay street northbound lanes will not open until noon, but southbound will open by 6:00 a.m. we will update you on that as the morning goes on. back to you. >> thank you. for the second time in two years, bristol palin has been the target of a suspicious package. >> it contains a white suspicious powder and it was found wednesday on the lot of the show. experts insist the powder was not dangerous but it was sent to a laboratory for more testing. in 2010 a letter bearing her name was sent to the set of the show and it also contained power, but was declared harmless as well. good news when it comes to robin roberts. >> she says her recovery from a bone marrow transplant has been painful at times but is going well. she tweeted a picture getting a visit from just elliott and sam champion. -- josh elliott. she is hopeful she can go home next week and banks that stand for their love and support. with big name in politics is filling in for rob
from walk on buildings to watch the game at the crystal city sports club. >> are you expecting some long lunch breaks tomorrow? >> very much so. >> the box office opens at 9:00 want to getu may their lot sooner than that. they say there is a very limited for sale. >> we will have complete .overage tomorrow morning we will get you started live ballpark at four 30 a.m. what can we expect with the weather? >> blogger in joins us with the game dayk at the forecast. this is a big one. >> it really is. finally, baseball weather is back. for you folks watching on tv, it not a black-and-white tv, it is color tv. the giants and dodgers years game, theome temperature tomorrow afternoon will be near 70 degrees. perfect baseball weather. whether details when i join you what is to come as we go to the playoffs. >> we have to be optimistic. thank you very much. bouillon, new developments on a reported exclusively last night at 11:00. residents at an alexandria management did on the he despite the cold temperatures. on in that now building. we discover the problem is not exclusive to alexandria. r
. at the crystal city sports pub, patrons had options. there are three bars on two floors and more tvs you can shake a stick at. >> we'll focus on the redskins at the beginning and then once they finish up, we'll put the nationals on the whole main floor. >> washington is a skins town that is dying for some meaningful baseball and now they've got it. >> absolutely. red all the way through. if i could do red,burg i didn't understand and gold, it would be t. >> it was actually a very difficult decision this morning trying to decide whether to wear my nationals jersey or the redskins jersey. i figured the nationals first playoff game, my first nationals game. >> what if you were at home? >> you need to have your remote control in your hand to do this. switch the channels as quickly as you possibly k. >> reporter: for rabid redskins fans, it was nerve wracking going in knowing that washington hadn't had a home win in seven straight games. plus the home team was going up against the undefeated falcons. we bumped into a falcons fan who just moved here from georgia and brought his falcons glass with
in the hinterland. it was just off the san andreas fault. crystal city. down to the springs reservoir. just reminder you can pop one off at any time. as we look toward the bay bridge you'll notice a lightening in the sky down in the south bay but over us we're getting a cloud shield in advance of the first, actually major, i wouldn't say major cold front but a distinct cold front. a winter like cold front it will be snow for the sierra. and winter storm warnings. from lake tahoe and north. 18 inches possible. the snow level will be down to 4500 feet by tomorrow night. for us the weather headlines. game time. there's a baseball game in the bay area. cloudy and 62 degrees. increasing clouds for the bay area. rain and wind will spread south tonight. the big wheel house in all of this is heading south. as it moves south lawrence has something to talk about during the morning news tomorrow. cloudy today. rain for monday. it will begin around the morning commute tomorrow. temperatures will be -- rainfall totals a tenth of an inch to three quarters of an inch. on the future cast, watch it come through. aro
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were playing. at crystal city sports pub, patrons had options. there are three bars on different floors and more tv screens than you can shake a stick at. the owner had a plan. >> we'll focus on the reds at the beginning part and have volume for baseball, and once the redskins finish out, we'll put on the whole main floor so you'll hear the nationals playing. >> reporter: to quote one of the fans, washington is a town that's been dying for meaningful baseball, and now it's got it. >> absolutely, bleed natitude red all the way through. if i could do red, burgandy and gold, that would be it. >> a big decision to wear my nationals or redskins jersey. first playoff game, i went with the nats' jersey. >> reporter: what if you were at home? >> you need to have your remote control in your hand to do this. switch the channels as quickly as you can. >> reporter: for redskins fans, it was nerve racking going in, knowing washington hadn't had a home win in seven straight games. >> seemed shaky. >> reporter: plus, the home team was going up against the unde feeted falcons. a fan just moved here fro
now in crystal city, route 1 at south bleeb road. thorpts -- south bleeb road. -- south glebe road. authorities are just rink. 270 southbound, one long slow lineup, route 85 most of the way in toward germantown. i'll be back with more traffic coming up at 6:58. back to you guys. >> crowded on the roadways but at least it's dry. >> that's right. it may not be so drive as we head home. consider that for your afternoon and evening plans. that's why today is one of our yellow alert days where the rain could certainly impact you later on. this morning wait till you see our michael & son weather shot. very cool. the bus stop forecast. temperatures are running in the 60s. yeah, it's mild out there. very comfortable with 60s. dry at the moment. sunrise not until 7:18. our day planner, oh, manual, check this -- oh, man. check this shot out. with the clouds and sun in the east, really cool. we're still a ways away from the sunrise. temperatures will be rising till about 70 by 9:00. 73 at noon. could be a couple of showers by then. there's even a chance we'll see a few thunderstorms this afte
in on the weather and you can see the wind picking up. the camera over crystal city, marine corps marathon this morning, and runners are out there in advance of the storm. as we said, gwen, good morning. >> things will rapidly go downhill into this evening, melanie, and we want people to take this storm very seriously, because it is a massive storm. we are expecting massive winds and torrential rainfall. looking at the rain bands in the coastal area, sandy is moving in a northerly direction right now. even though it is still far away, we are feeling the effects. light rain in some areas, but to the south, heavier rain as the outer bands push their way towards the mid-atlantic. let's go to the maps and take a look at the spaghetti models, gradually coming together more and more, and this is very important, because it means that they are all kind of coming to a bit of consensus as to the fact it is definitely going to take its turn heading to the northwest and where it's going to make landfall, is the key question, of course. that's still not exactly determined. we are looking at the track o
already, northbound 395 shut down. this is because of a serious accident as you travel in the crystal city area. making your way to crystal city, northbound 395, all lanes blocked. let's talk about wind damage. a downed wires, in jessup, race road is closed in both directions at monticido. still very wet conditions. in anticipation of flooding in bethesda, river road is completely blocked. this is at little falls parkway. aaron and eun, over to you. >> thank you, danella. pepco says it is as prepared as it can be for sandy. >> like many of us, its crews have to ride out the storm before jumping into action. our team coverage continues with tony tull who is live at the montgomery county fair grounds in gathersburg. >> reporter: good morning. one thing you said, that's right, they'll have to wait this storm out because these high winds everybody's talking about, up to 60 miles an hour, the crews cannot operate in those kind environments. they can't put the booms up and start making repairs in those kind of conditions. but like you said here at the montgomery county fairgrounds, i want to sho
pleeasonton. >> just looking over by daily city, pacifica, crystal springs, 65 to 70 degrees. sharp park, adam said that and look around there are mild temperatures and still a part of the easterly breeze. much different pattern today, the impressive line of severe weather moved off into ohio. behind that is a colder system. most of this is tracking north but some of that could rotate around. the bigger news how cool it'll be. 57 game time and then 40 as we get toward the 6th and 7th inning. more clouds, kind of cool and breezy. for us we are looking for a change in the weather. it may be morning, very mild, afternoon, that west wind will kick in because the leading edge of what will be a dramatic cooldown is starting to move in but it's not here yet. 44, santa rosa. 61 officially in the city though i have seen at ocean beach 66. just unbelievable differences in the temperatures. we are seeing a real reversal. temperatures mild on the coast. easterly breeze, 70's, 80s and 80s. temperatures i think are close, still a fire warning or watch. red flag warning, another about 51 minutes. it sh
respected scientists in italy. they have been convicted of manslaughter because their crystal ball failed. the city of l'aquila was having swarms of earthquakes. the lead geologist said it is unlikely that an earthquake like the one in 1703 could occur in the short term. but the possibility cannot be totally exclude. 7 days later they were hit with a 7.3 magnitude quake. they were put on trial with a judge and no jury. the families of those killed got to testify against them. the lead scientist said i'm dejected. desperate. i thought i had been acquitted. i still don't understand way was convicted of. the case is automatically appealed so they won't go to jail right away. some say this is the worst miscarriage of justice since galileo was convicted for saying the earth revolved around the sun. megyn: president obama promising to get those responsible for the death of four americans in libya and bring them to justice. gregg palkot tracked down the accused ring leader without too much trouble. and the "new york times" found him sipping a raspberry frappe in a cafe. many journalists thought
. >>> an autopsy is being performed on a popular union city high school teacher to figure out how he died. the body of 54-year-old christopher ryan was found late yesterday at the bottom of a ravine near crystal springs reservoir. he had taught english and social science at james logan high school since 1994. a redwood city resident reported him missing on tuesday. his car was found abandoned near the reservoir on wednesday. at the high school today, grief counselors were on hand to talk with students and staff. >>> decision 2012 now. the day after. and both vice president -- the vice president and his gop rival are claiming a win at last night's debate. but this is new fallout tonight. mitt romney is now accusing joe biden of not being truthful about the murder of u.s. ambassador chris stevens and three others who died in libya. steve handelsman is in the battleground state of ohio with more. >> reporter: the election could hinge on hamilton county, ohio. cincinnati chili stays the local lunch favorite. but cincinnati voters swing between parties. barack obama won here in '08, but republicans trac
. the sunshine went down. a little bit before 6:30 and here's the shot downtown, crystal clear high definition. 11:00, here's the statistics at 47 degrees and falls at 7 degrees, right around 40 in the city, outlying areas pretty chilly. dew point at 43 and calm winds, certainly nowhere in comparison to earlier this afternoon where the wind was busy, 15 to 20 miles per hour and gusts near sparrow's point came in at 25 miles per hour. 63 today, that's the official high. that was 16 from your normal. 19 was -- as i mentioned in town, you go outside of the beltway with 30s in here, fredricks at 39. near 50 in dover. 46 in salisbury and middle and upper 40s. light and variable wind in the course of the overnight. 43 to wake up. a lot of sunshine. maybe a few clouds, the last hour and a nice finish tomorrow afternoon. the daytime high around 68. high pressure reigns supreme in the eastern third of the nation and going to keep us high and dry for the next 24 hours and look back in oklahoma city, that works by tomorrow afternoon. there's a storm system. this is on the boards and going to move in chic
in search of any more clues. >>> a memorial will be held this afternoon for a popular union city high school teacher who died last month. the body of 54-year-old christopher ryan was found at the bottom of a ravine near crystal springs reservoir in san mateo county on october 11th. ryan taught english and social science at james logan high school since 1994. today's memorial will be held at the performing arts center at james logan at 3:45. >>> in less than an hour, protesters will gather in oakland to mark one year since they were evicted from frank o gala plaza. police say they're bracing for anything and everything. officers on alert after a flier circulated downtown urging people to defend the city from, quote, anarchists and vandals. last year, violence exploded on the streets after police moved in on occupy protesters. tt say they're expecting to remain calm. they expect everything to be nice and smooth. but mutual aid is on standby just in case anything gets out of hand. >>> the giants are certainly busy and so is our christina loren, checking that forecast. this morning, it was very
hot there. people were heading to the water here is christie field in the city where no-fault insight nothing but sunshine. folks are enjoying a crystal blue day. the morning erica >> good morning actually went to ocean beach yesterday it was really hot out there temperatures were in the '70s. >> looks like we will see that again this afternoon. it is a clear star to the morning we do not have any clouds cover to speak of. a lot warmer compare to what we saw 24 hours ago. so really we did not see any shocks or surprises yesterday morning to take a look at these numbers. upper 60s and downtown to a francisco. six degrees working up antioch. >> 58 in san mateo. looks like sunnyvale coming in at 63 degrees. all those '50s and '60s i showed you a see what will happen to the afternoon. check out all that red on your screen it really dominates the color maps here and that does indicate '90s. it will see a wide range of nineties in the north. and again that orange does symbolize '80s for pretty much everyone else. as we get into the evening by 6:00 p.m. we will cool things off. we will see m
to give us a crystal answer than that. >> certainly, i can see the legal problem with having it separate agency make a determination that we somehow passed through as binding. now, could another city, county agency, make a recommendation that we would then have to readjudicate? that sounds like something that would likely be possible and would the premature of a completely, an agency that is totally separated from ours, provide assurances to the public that it was ajudicated correctly, perhaps. fortunately or unfortunately, we would be required to make our own determination, i don't think that we could rubber stamp it whether it was one or another. i don't know how ultimately helpful it is. that said, i certainly have no objection if we could find such an entity to look at it. i mean, i don't necessarily have an objection to that. i just don't know whether it saves anybody any time and certainly, i mean flipping it around, would we the san francisco ethics commission be... >> would we do that for another agency knowing that it was really just a recommendation that the other would do what
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's a monster heading toward new york city, philadelphia and washington, d.c. for us it's the exact opposite. nothing but crystal clear skies outside. we'll find out if it's going to stick around for the weekend in your full forecast coming up in a few minutes. >> the world series shifts to motown. the one thing ryan vogelsong isn't worried about. we'll take you through the giants busy travel day. that's coming up in sports. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, news out of the caribbean: e number of dead from hurricae sandy, is now up to 40. this what the storm looks like fm >>> developing news out of the caribbean. the number of dead from hurricane sandy up to 40. and this is what the storm looks like from space. theism imagine captured from the international space station. the hurricane will collide with two other weather systems forming a monster storm impacting several states on the east coast by halloween. they are calling it "frankenstorm." it also appears to be affecting the presidential election. mitt romney has canceled his rally scheduled for sunday in virginia beach. his decision coming after
. watch as the cone of uncertainty pops up here. headed right towards new jersey, new york city, boston, virginia, d.c., all areas that could be dealing with a hurricane by the top of next week. for us, crystal clear outside. chilly in san jose. santa rosa, 50 and livermore, 53. it has been snowy enough in the mountains that squaw valley opened up for business today, earliest opening in 51 years. skiers loving it. boreal opening up tomorrow. get ready for ski season. chilly, not cold enough for snow but it's chilly in napa. you'll wake up to 43. high pressure is building in. we can tell this because the storm truck has now been shoved north of the oregon-california border. high pressure continuing to build in tomorrow, morning fog but lots of afternoon sunshine. and as high pressure builds even farther to the north, we get a dry northwest flow of air. great weekend to get outside, maybe barbecue on saturday, sunday evening. on monday, it's going to be equally nice. we warm it up beginning tomorrow. san jose, 73. the average high there is 74. 72 for palo alto. mid 70's for san ramon. pit
. >> skiing but right before ski season. what about the waldorf astoria in park city? this is a property where you're going to have about 175 rooms. in the lobbies there's crystal chandeliers, a fireplace with a 300-year-old mantle they brought from italy. >> pre-ski season. i say save. >> good. $195. >> just because it says waldorf, probably. >> trying to be tricky. >> it is a great time of year to go to -- to the waldorf and the washington schoolhouse, a splurge but not terrible. $400. why we put this on our his list is it does everything well. feels more like an alpine retreat rather than a roque mountain retreat. >> is it an old schoolhouse? >> it is. >> look how modern is looks. very modern. >> the best part about this is the staff is really amazing. the kind of place where you don't have to ask anything. they know what you want. your suitcase is opening up, al. >> nothing in it. >> we saved a lot apparently on the prop. >> thanks for playing with me. >> good stuff. >> coming up next, pink is the new black all for a good cause right after these messages. the capital one cash rewards card
point of view of what happened to the coast here in new jersey. >> kayla, it's crystal. we understand some of the residents got the power back this morning and the city has a long way to go. >> reporter: you know, it does. i think the biggest problem, you guys, is water. because the municipal utilities authority said that the water not potable. unfit to drink and wash food with and even wash cuts with so badly contaminated. you have to think that the mayor will not lift the mandatory evacuation ban before they know that they have potable water, safe for hotel guests and tourists and attendees of the casino and power. surely that's the biggest priority for heating as water has come in and surely very cold and the problem is traffic lights are still out here and so you can't invite an influx of people in to the city with kay why is on the streets as far as orderly driving goes. i think it's probably still toward the end of the week for the casinos to open and the evacuation ban is lifted. that's what we're hopeful of right now. >> all right. thanks so much. >>> nbc's mike vicuero is out
. that is typical for the middle of october. crystal clear skies right now. let me give you a live look at the sky. spectacular, all day long. temperatures right around the 60 degree mark. 61 degrees in the city right now. as far as what is coming next, a few clouds moving an overnight. it will give way to some sunshine 66 tomorrow afternoon. 63 on saturday. 73 on sunday. late tomorrow night saturday morning, temperatures are going to debt, a freeze watched -- temperatures are going to dip, a freeze watch posted. next chance of rain will be on monday. check out wjla.com. kind of timely tonight. bob ryan has put together a blog on the space station. everything you need to know about how to watch it and where to watch it for the transit of the space station. i think that will do it for now. >> some cool viewing at nationals park. >> he gave us some great weather for baseball. a gorgeous day down at the ballpark. critical game for with the nationals trailing 2-1. let me take you back down to the ballpark. bottom of the second a leadoff shot to center field. it is gone. out of his slump and they are u
at it now with christina. >> starting with a live picture and crystal clear conditions over the city by the bay. it is rare to get the clarity during the first week of october. if you have tickets to the a's game, it is 75 degrees there now. 7:00 p.m. when the game starts, you can wear the tank tops. 103 in places like gilroy. mike. >>> let's look out over here. the san jose shot cleared up in the last five minutes. 101 is picking up slow downs at 880 and 280. very slow in san jose up to santa clara. here is your southbound 880 drive. sticky past the truck scales and into mission boulevard for 880 south. marla. >>> thank you, mike. for the latest news and traffic updates, go to facebook and search nbc bay area. have you heard of the new dialing procedure for the 408 and 669 area codes? no, what is it? starting october 20, 2012, if you have a 408 or 669 number, you'll need to dial 1 plus the area code plus the phone number for all calls. o.k., but what if i have an 408 number and i'm calling a 408 number? you'll still need to dial 1 plus the area code plus the phone number. so when in
to the fire. >>> let's check the forecast with christina. >> good morning. last morning of crystal clear conditions in the city by the bay. we have major changes just ahead with the area of low pressure tracking closer to the coastline. current reading is 78 in livermore and concord. yesterday we're in the upper 80s. today, i have taken the numbers down from the triple digits to mid-90s. we will not see the 90s until 3:00 p.m. or 4:00 p.m. 95 degrees in livermore. down from 102 yesterday. 78 in san francisco. down from the 90s yesterday. we cool off and add more cloud cover into the weekend. let's see how the drive is shaping up with the rush hour. mike. >>> it is always rush hour by the coliseum. north 880 is slammed through downtown. southbound by the coliseum map. as the morning commute eases, the game commute creates a problem. slow south 880 and 680 at mission. northbound routes for 101 and 280 and 85 are still slow. marla. >>> for the latest news and traffic updates, go to facebook and search nbc bay area. we will be back in 30 minutes with the next local update. >>> hello, every e
intake. and again, i met people whose backgrounds were not dissimilar to crystal and whose behavior was not dissimilar to crystal. >> rose: this is the small -- >> she is rooted in reality wz. >> re: it is the smallest microco of government, city council. >> exactly right. >> rose: is that important to foe. >> i think it is. a parish council in the u.k. is the tinniest building block of democracy. and i would say that in writing about it, i became really impressed. you know what, it's easy to is a tirize small town concerns but i, what i merged with was the knowledge of how much their decisions which may seem relatively small can have a huge, meaningful impact on other people's lives. i mean i'm really pro, it is very easy to denigrate the potical process and engeeratoliticians. and i've done it myself. >> rose: sure. >> but there's no other way to get stuff done. and a lot of people, and in this book you see a great array of motivations for becoming a councillor. but the guy who died on page two or three, he was in it for the right reasons. this is someone who had left a background
very much. >>> the san matteo county coroner will perform an autopsy on a popular union city high school teacher to try and figure out how he died. the body of 54-year-old christopher ryan was found late yesterday at the bottom of a ravine near the crystal springs reservoir. ryan taught english and social sciences at james high school and had been doing so since 1994. his sister reported him missing on tuesday. his car was found abandoned near the reservoir on wednesday. at the high school today grief counselors were on hand to talk to students and fellow staff members. >>> it is a bad number with 2 1/2 months left in the year and san jose now on pace to set a dubious new record -- 37 homicides so far in 2012 edging dangerously close to the city's all time high of 39. the homicide 37 took place this morning in north san jose in a heavily industrial area by the 880/101 interchange along the 1700 block of rogers avenue. as of 2:00 a.m. a man was gunned down outside a vietnamese bar. we'll go live outside that bar. any word on how police have gotten? an odd location for a bar. >> rep
into a little ice crystal on your forehead this morning. a cold one. 43 in downtown washington. that is not so, so bad. there you can see on our city camera, look at the beautiful, clear sky out there. early morning daylight just starting to show up in our eastern horizon. sun's not up until after, well after 7:00 so we still have a little ways to go for that. off to a cold start though. not just 43 here. milder to the east and along the chesapeake bay. mid to upper 40s now for bayside communities. back out to the west upper 20s and low 30s this morning. sub freezing for nearly every spot out to the west of the blue ridge and even a few pockets of sub freezing temperatures in prince william county, northern montgomery county, out toward frederick, maryland as well. be on the lookout for a little extra chill first thing this morning. it is going to be a beauty of a day to be outside today. nothing but sunshine. not much of a breeze today. unlike yesterday that was a bit of a fierce wind yesterday afternoon. that wind is going to continue to lay down today and allow temperatures to recover into
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but it is not impacting the traffic lanes. for the ride out of oakland into the city. it is free- flowing with no metering lights to deal with. and on the upper deck. keep in mind that there is a dense fog advisory in effect but no problems with crystal clear conditions. the mid peninsula commute and here is a live look at the golden gate showing issues of the visibility. southbound 1 0 1 use extra caution coming out of the north bay. and on the traffic maps also the area of dense fog advisory for the parking this bridge. certainly keep that in mind. cockine-- carquines bridge. looking decent through the 285 cupertino. there is also a road closures scheduled for this weekend the san mateo bridge. it will be shut down friday at 10:00 p.m. and it is expected to be closed until 5:00 a.m. on monday you are able to use the done barkin as an alternative. >> funeral services will be held this friday for the retired schoolteacher who was found dead in her home. neighbors found susie ko after she did not show up at the airport to collect her husband. after the funeral services shoe. at mountain view cemetery in oa
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